iProperty’s Patrick Grove thinks within three years, Malaysians will be buying and paying for property online. The Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents thinks he could be breaking the law.
Entrepreneurs can expect DNA to be more questioning when telling their stories. Our role of being the eye on the ecosystem is to be sharpened.
iProperty in search of that sustainable business model More a hybrid than a pure Internet company
The recently-announced financial results of iProperty Group Ltd has thrown up two key questions: Whether it overpaid for its acquisitions, and how did it lose its market leadership position in Singapore, writes Goh Thean Eu.
A number of funding stories got DNA founder Karamjit Singh’s attention this week, and he also sees some similarities in how Andrew Wong and Chok Leang Ooi run their companies.
Online investment firm Catcha Group has announced that REA Group, an affiliate of News Corp, has acquired a 17.22% stake in its portfolio company, iProperty Group.
Frontier Digital Ventures (FDV) has announced that it has taken a 30% stake in Zameen, Pakistan’s No 1 property portal, the first for the newly formed digital investment firm.
Patrick Grove, the group chief executive officer of international investment firm Catcha Group; and Joel Neoh, international vice president of Asia Pacific for Groupon, are teaming up with a panel of distinguished entrepreneurs including Sir Richard Branson and Steve Wozniak, in the hunt for Asia Pacific’s technology superstars as part of the 2014 Talent Unleashed Awards.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh talks to an iBuy director from Hong Kong on the importance of its sourcing strategy in the path to profitability.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh likes what he saw at Echelon Satellite Malaysia and shares the background on how iBuy came about.